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What is everyday conversation poetry called... -free form -free verse -verse form -form free?

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Free form and free verse.

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Another name for verse poetry is called free verse..


Poetry that doesn't rhyme but follows a regular metrical pattern is called blank verse.


That kind of poetry is called free verse.


Blank verse or free verse. I fink a peom with no rhyme is called ... what ever he said [ but it ain't true ]



A free-verse poetry is one that does not have a particular rhyming pattern


Free verse poetry is poetry that does not have a rhyme scheme.


i think well from what my teacher told me is that there called black verse that's my best guess. Ah-oh-ho! Not "black " verse! It is called "blank" Blank verse is different from free verse. Look at difference. verse!. THere is also "free "verse or u-nrhymed poetry.



Of course, the rules are what makes poetry poetry, so free verse isn't poetry at all. The only thing that distinguishes free verse from artistic prose is lineation. The old definition of free verse as "chopped up prose" turns out to be exactly accurate.





Free verse poetry is where there is no real formal organization,rhythm or continuous feature in the body of the poem. Real poetry possesses these characteristics.


Free verse is poetry that doesn't have a rhyme scheme or meter as is found in other forms of poetry.


No. Free verse poetry doesn't abide by any sort of rules- the writer decides everything about how the poem is written. Accidental poetry just refers to someone being poetic by accident. Free verse is a genre of poetry, but accidental is not.


"Verse", the individual line format of poems, is used most often in poetry. In fact, if the work is not in verse format, it isn't even poetry. One problem with this answer though is that it is a tautology. It is like saying "poetry is used most often in poetry." Not very helpful. So another answer could be "meter." Meter is the rhythmic inflection of stressed and unstressed syllables of the words in each line of verse. Not all poetry has meter though. Some poems have lines written without a specific metric format. This is called "free verse." Note that even lines of a poem that have no meter are still called "verse." "Rhyme schemes" are a distant third. Poems need not rhyme to be considered poetry.


A meter in poetry is basic rhythmic structure of a verse or lines in a verse. A foot is a metrical unit that generates a line of verse.


Free verse is prose pretending to be poetry.


A free verse is a line in a poem that does not rhyme or repeat. free verse poetry is any poetry that has no specific rhythm or meter, and typically does not have any rhyming. poetry without rhyme or anything specific just a poem.


Free verse is poetry without rhyme or regular meter.



Free verse poetry differs from formal verse in that with free verse the writer is not constricted by rules of length, stanza and rhyming. Whereas in formal verse there are certain rules as stated earlier that must be adhered to when writing poetry such as Haiku or Sonnets.


A free verse is a form of poetry with supposedly "no rules". Many types of poetry require a certain amount of lines, stanzas, or syllables but free verse are totally up to you.


verse is a verse or poem that doesn't rhyme but has a strict rhythm, usually iambic pentameter.



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